Volgens EBNews zou Apple één van de eerste PC bouwers kunnen zijn die overgaat op PC266 Double Data Rate SDRAM:
Apple Computer Inc. could be among the first PC makers to use double-data-rate PC266 SDRAMs in a desktop. Sources said the computer maker is working out the part's clock-timing issues in order to use DDR as main memory.
DDR is expected to debut late this year or early in 2000 in PC servers as well as dedicated graphics chipset frame-buffer memory. However, the PC266 memory was expected to transition slightly later into mainstream PC desktops.